Port Vale Football Club are delighted to announce that Harry Charlsey has joined the club on a permanent transfer from Mansfield Town.
The 25-year-old joins us from The Stags and is Darrell Clarke's seventh recruit in the January transfer window.
Harry started his career at Everton and was part of the side that won the Under-18 Premier League in the 2013/14 season, he signed his first professional contract with the club in July 2014.
During his time in the Under-18s Charsley won the Under-18s Player of the Year as well as winning the club's Goal of the Season award.
The midfielder's debut apperance for The Toffees came in the Europa League where he featured in a 3-0 win over Apollon Limassol.
Following 105 appearances for Everton U23s and one apperance for Everton's first team Harry moved to Bolton Wanderers for a short loan spell.
A move to Mansfield Town in 2020 would be next for the midfielder after the expiration of his Everton contract.
During his time in Nottinghamshire, Charsley appeared 76 times for The Stags, scoring seven and creating eight goals.
The central midfielder has also featured for Republic of Ireland at Under-21 and Under-19 level.
Speaking to us about his latest recruit, Darrell Clarke said: "Harry comes to us from a Mansfield team who are flying at the minute, he knows League Two and he knows what it takes to win games at this level.
"He'll bring energy in midfield, he has got the ability to score goals and also create them, he's a real great age and he has got a fantastic background, we're looking forward to him joining us on a permanent deal."
Harry will be available for selection for tomorrow's game against Scunthorpe United.